The Bomber Traverse Map [13×19″ trail map]

13×19″ Bomber Traverse trail map in the current edition (2.2). Printed in high resolution with 100% pigment ink on a premium tear-resistant waterproof paper. Folded and shipped in an envelope.

A portion of every sale is donated to the Mountaineering Club of Alaska or to the maintenance crew for the Snowbird Glacier Hut.

Looking for an unfolded wall map instead? Check out the 18×24″ wall display map. For more information about the Bomber Traverse Map, click here.

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